Search Results — 5 specimen records retrieved (4 records with coordinates)
Results for search: Source=All; Collector=Purer; Year=1936; Month=5; Day=5;   

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? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  SEINET11855171  Ambrosia pumila E. A. Purer 1936-1 San Diego Comment
  POM222258  Brodiaea jolonensis Edith A. Purer 1936-5-5 6965 San Diego Camp Kearny. Comment
  SD39094  Brodiaea terrestris subsp. kernensis Edith A. Purer 1936-5-5 6965 San Diego Vernal pool, dry, Camp Kearney Mesa. Comment
  SD37364  Nicotiana obtusifolia Edith A. Purer May 1936 6984 San Diego Borego Valley, Colorado Desert (IPB 11/06) Comment
  RSA38945  Deschampsia danthonioides var. gracilis Edith A. Purer 1936-5-5 6985 San Diego Camp Kearny. Comment

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